Tag Archives: Legend

Tune Of The Day

Stop Me From Falling by GODDESS Kylie Minogue ft. Gente De Zona

One day I might get it right.

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

Mercy Mercy Me/I Want You by LEGEND Robert Palmer

Your happiness is all I crave.

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

Passenger by LEGEND Faye Wong

And your life goes on…

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Timeless Classic Of The Day

Amor y Lujo by GODDESS Monica Naranjo

Soy la desesperada, la sombra del amor fugaz…

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It’s Britney, Bitch!!

Britney Spears received the GLAAD (formerly the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) Vanguard Award from Ricky Martin at the group’s Los Angeles gala on Thursday night.

Martin said Spears “could be one of those stars with a huge LGBTQ following that says nothing and does nothing but instead, she uses her platform to remind audiences around the globe that intolerance is unacceptable.”

Although, I was never a huge fan of Britney the performer, I’ve always loved her as an individual.

She’s humble, sincere, down-to-earth and has managed to keep her life private instead of making a circus out of it like many other thirsty celebrities out there (aka Kanye kardashian, Madonna, Beyawnce, etc). Well deserved, Britney!!! 

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Studio Ghibli LEGEND Isao Takahata has died

Isao Takahata, co-founder of Studio Ghibli and director of such animated films as Grave of the Fireflies, passed away today in a Tokyo hospital at the age of 82.

Takahata’s distinguished career as a producer, director, and animator began in 1959 when he joined Toei Animation as an assistant. There, he met his longtime collaborator and fellow animation legend Hayao Miyazaki, with whom he later founded Studio Ghibli along with Toshio Suzuki.

A number of Studio Ghibli’s most famous anime have benefited from Takahata’s hand as a producer, director or writer. After producing 1984’s Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind and 1986’s Castle in the Sky, Takahata directed Grave of the Fireflies (no movie has ever made me cry like Grave of the Fireflies) a brilliant and devastating World War II drama that received universal acclaim.

Between 1991 and 2013, Takahata directed Only YesterdayPom PokoMy Neighbors the Yamadas, and The Tale of Princess Kayuga, the latter of which was nominated for an Academy Award. He continued working through 2016.

RIP Mr. Takahata. Thank you for giving me so much beauty and such good cries. 

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Lynda Carter Finally Got A Star On The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

In 1975, Lynda Carter starred in the Wonder Woman TV show and she played the title role for all 3 seasons. She never got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame during that time.

In 1983, Lynda Carter wowed critics when she starred as the title role in the TV movie Rita Hayworth: The Love Goddess. She never got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for that.

In 1996, Lynda Carter gave an Emmy-worthy performance in the TV movie She Woke Up Pregnant. She never got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for that either.

It’s 2018, and at 66, LEGEND Lynda Carter has finally gotten her star!

Not only did Lynda speak at the ceremony and gently hump everyone’s eyeballs with her beauty, but she also gave them a pose show.

While Wonder Woman needed a lasso and cuffs to take down the Nazis, Lynda just needs her pose skills. Lynda’s poses were so powerful that they travelled back in time and knocked the Nazis out!!

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